Port Huron is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan and the county seat of St. Clair County. The population was 30,184 at the 2010 census. The city is adjacent to Port Huron Township but is administratively autonomous. Located along the St. Clair River, it is connected to Point Edward, Ontario in Canada via the Blue Water Bridge. The city lies at the southern end of Lake Huron and is the easternmost point on land in Michigan. Port Huron is home to two paper mills; Mueller Brass; and many businesses related to tourism and the automotive industry. The city features a historic downtown area, boardwalk, marina, museum, lighthouse, and the McMorran Place arena and entertainment complex.
Things to do in Port Huron
4.5 based on 291 reviews
Raven Cafe is a trendy spot that offers a wide variety of items on their menu. While I regret not stopping by for food, I was thoroughly impressed with their coffee, espresso and speciality drinks.
Based on the atmosphere and customer service alone, Raven Cafe is easily one of the best establishments in Port Huron.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
American, Italian, Mexican, with a full bar, Vegetarian, Gluten Free Options for entrees and desserts.
We ate there, had a nice vegetarian croissant sandwich, not many vegan choices but I am sure they could accommodate most people. The atmosphere was fun and colorful! Good information about the history of Port Huron and cool photos. Will go there again, when I am in town.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
The Exquisite Corpse Coffee House is located in the Desmond District of Downtown Port Huron. We conveniently have two entrances, one at 410 Water St. and the other at 906 Military St. We roast all our beans in-house for a fresh and flavorful drinking experience. Customers can choose coffee from 12 different regions such as Ethiopia, Columbia, Brazil, and Kenya to enjoy at The Exquisite Corpse, or available for purchase by the pound to savor at home. We are also proud to offer a wide selection of splendid loose-leaf teas, home-made baked goods, and a light brunch menu. We love our town and the people in it! Come on in and spend some time with us.
I visited The Exquisite Corpse Coffeehouse while on a visit with a friend who lives in Port Huron. Firstly, I was obviously completely smitten with the name alone. But upon entering I was overwhelmed with the wonderfulness of the decor and the overall atmosphere. It was not too busy and there was a calm and welcoming air throughout. The place was outfitted for Halloween which will always get extra points in my book!
The barista was Sandra and she was lovely and friendly and perky. I'm not usually a fan of perky but it worked on her,
Anyway, I had my first ever cup of Matcha tea and while I probably won't be hooked on it anytime soon, I enjoyed it simply because it was sipped in a calm and relaxed atmosphere.
Do yourself a favour and pop in for a cuppa if you ever find yourself in Port Huron.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
In 1936 Beverly and Rubye Osborne were driving west from Oklahoma to California. They had no reason to be joyful. They were middle aged and the Depression had wiped out their savings. On this particular afternoon it seemed that everyone in the state was attempting to escape the famine of the Oklahoma dust bowl. With not much more than their meager belongings and a basket of fried chicken, Beverly Osborne coaxed his Ford pickup across the barren prairie. Suddenly, a bump in the rutted road scattered the chicken and basket. Picking it up, Rubye complained "this is really Chicken in the Rough®." With that chance remark, a fortune was born. Beverly turned his truck around and headed back home. A man who, on instinct, had made a modest fortune and lost it - Beverly reasoned that "fingers were made before forks" and that chicken could be a cheap source of food at a time when incomes were sparse. Beverly learned from his previous business experience and failures that every business must provide customer satisfaction by identifying customers' needs and how to satisfy those needs better than anyone else. Soon, with the money he had received from the sale of his wife's wedding ring, he had an operation serving fried chicken with shoestring potatoes, hot biscuits and honey. That was the delectable meal that started "Fast Food - Fried Chicken Franchising" - long before McDonald's or Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Went to this restaurant with co-workers. Had a great time. Really restaurant. Good service. The food was good... I ordered the salmon blackened. It wasn't spicey at all, but good.
The only downside was the calamari, don't order it. It wasn't that good. But the other apps we had we good and i was told that the flatbread(s) were GREAT!!! Three people in my party ordered them and loved it.
4 based on 19 reviews
Stopped in this TH location this morning. I was a bit disappointed by the lack of cleanliness in this particular location. Had to clean our table off before sitting down. the drinks were made to order and the donuts were tasty. I used the restroom before I left ~ one stall was completely out of toilet tissue, the other stall had water all over the floor, surprised by the lack of maintenance! Only 3 stars because of the need for a clean up.
4.5 based on 268 reviews
Upscale yet casual. Turn of the century building restored to original elegance. Wine bar with regional breweries featured. Full bar on two levels with a great view of downtown Port Huron and Canada from our roof top level. Three private dining areas for private events. Sample menu items include Filet Mignon, fresh Baked Halibut and Cajun Chicken Tortellini.
The pictures looked like a great place and our hotel said we should try it.
It was more expensive, but we were ok with that as we planned ahead and had reviewed the menu online.
But the food was not worth the price, and the serving sizes were very small. Good but we could have eaten more.
We did share a dessert; something I could have made at home (and probably better).
Great views; indoor/outdoor seating upstairs. Very nice, but overpriced for what you get.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
We were in Port Huron to attend the McMoran Jay and the American concert. Casey's was our go to restaurant for dinner.
My favorite is their chicken cherry wrap and I enjoyed every bite this time too! On a hot September day, the raspberry iced tea was so good.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Pompeii's is a Family Owned & Operated restaurant opened in 2002. We strive to serve the freshest and homemade as possible food in the Blue Water Area and beyond. Our Staff is here to make you fell at home and have a Great Dining Experience. No establishment is Perfect, at Pompeii's we put Consistency, Great Food & Great Service on the Top of our List Everyday !! See you Soon, Neil & Debbie.
Great independent option if you are looking for something other than Olive Garden. Pompeii also offers endless salad and HOMEMADE bread! I love the various ravioli choices (meat, cheese, mushroom, and squash (seasonal). My son loves the calzones and husband likes the lasagna. The place is a little on the loud side but I like being able to see the cooks in the kitchen and the pizzas coming out of the oven.
4 based on 192 reviews
Just opened about a month ago. It is right downtown in Port Huron.
The last Saturday before Christmas and headed to Fuel to give it a try. We settled in to the bar area which had a cozier feel than the dining room; one TV with an NFL game going and the sound off. Service was efficient and I selected a Ninja Chicken beer at $7 or 20 oz, and the wife sampled 2 cab sauvs before making her selection at $8.50 for a glass. The bbq was excellent; brisket, back ribs with cole slaw, corn muffins and great mac and cheese; the meals were good value.
4 based on 513 reviews
Freighters is a culinary destination situated on the St. Clair River, overlooking the serene Blue Water Bridge, giving each guest a truly unique dining experience. Freighters' Dine-In and Banquet Menus feature locally sourced menu options, which are specially created by our Corporate Executive Chef. Freighters is owned and operated by Meritage Hospitality Group, headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan. All Meritage restaurants invest in the growth and sustainability of this great state. Our Chef and Culinary Team work with local farmers, vendors and suppliers to provide the freshest, most flavorful menu options to our guests, while also supporting our local economy. Wake Up Double Tree Breakfast Buffet for $9.95. Start your day with our signature bountiful buffet offering fresh seasonal fruit, refreshing juice, granola & low-fat yogurt, hot scrambled eggs, breakfast meats and potatoes, house specialty hot entrees, assorted muffins, pastries, sweet breads, hot steel-cut oatmeal and an assortment of cold cereals.
Restaurant staff was amazing! They were friendly, helpful and quick. This was especially important when you need to serve a hockey team of 12-13 year olds who want to eat and play. Food was great at a very reasonable price. There was something for everyone. We most of our meals here. The view of the water and Bridge is unbeatable. Lobster Mac and cheese was so creamy! It’s a must have! And I have to say the staff was amazing again!!
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